A Milton woman is charged with collecting state unemployment checks while working real jobs and being paid a total of nearly $62,000 from during the course of a one-year period.
Karla Ulebor, 52, has been charged with 43 counts of unemployment fraud and larceny of over $250, according to a statement from Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office Monday. The counts refer to each week she allegedly collected unemployment fraudulently.
Between March 2010 and March 2011, Ulebor was “allegedly working for various employers and failed to disclose her employment status” to the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development/Department of Unemployment Assistance, according to the statement.
For each of the 43 weeks that Ulebor fraudulently collected unemployment benefits she allegedly notified the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development/Department of Unemployment Assistance that she was not working, but that she was able to work and was available for work, or in some instances indicated that she was working, but underreported her income, the statement says.
Ulebor will be arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court Oct. 15.